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... The most astonishing piece was from the 14 or 15th Century (or maybe earlier) of Leda, um ahhh, liaising with the swan. Very explicit and Im sure raised a number of eyebrows 600 years ago and since. Piazza was almost devoid of tourists - so nice to be here at the end of the season.
We walked back to our digs via all the ritzy shops around the Ponte Rialto. One of the few times Im glad Ive got big feet and take a plus dress size. I would have had to take out a mortgage ...
... in Greece. We ate at a restaurant off the beaten path called Ca Leon. We had one of our new favorites to drink, prosecco, which is essentially Italian champagne. After dinner, I had the great idea of wanting to walk to the famous Rialto Bridge to see it at night. What a mistake! We spent nearly an hour trying to make the 15 minute walk there. At one point, we literally walked in a circle that encompassed nearly half the city as we ended up back ...
... to make for €21,000!!
The next stop was a demonstration of a guy blowing a horse out of glass. That was cool...it only took him a matter of 2-3 mins to make the thing...insane!
Next was our gondola ride...that was quite cool, had a nice cruise down the skinny waterways through Venice.
We enjoyed lunch afterwards at a restaurant with a couple from Melbourne who are on their honeymoon. Spent about 1 1/2 hours just chatting and eating. ...
So we find ourselves on the start of a four hour train trip from Ventimiglia (Italy) to Milan. This is the second train for today, the first was from nice to ventimiglia, and it was a pretty crazy adventure. The train was a free for all and it was 110% full. We started off with the packed bikes side by side but within ten minutes they were now stacked on top of each other! There was no room to rearrange footings or bags. But luckily that train trip was only 48 minutes ...
... meandering about which made for some interesting shots for me. Bianca bought some masks. A pleasant area and we enjoyed it - the obligatory pizza or panino choice awaited us for lunch with which we obliged sitting in a lagoonside cafe. Plenty of nice little piazzas to see, well worth seeing. Caught the vaporetto back to San Alvise.
Dianne & I decided to go for a walk together as the kids took a break. We wanted ...